MSRpro Ver. 6 - M
MSRpro Ver. 6
General Users Manual
– Please read this manual first –
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Contents
1.INTRODUCTION............................................................................................ 4
1.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS..........................................................................................................5
1.2 POINTS OF CAUTION...................................................................................................................6
1.3 KEY FEATURES............................................................................................................................6
1.3.1 MSRpro-Server FEATURES...............................................................................................6
1.3.2 MSRpro-Client FEATURES.................................................................................................7
1.3.3 MSRpro-Report FEATURES...............................................................................................8
1.3.4 MSReco FEATURES..........................................................................................................9
1.4 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.........................................................................................................10
2. I/O MODULES SELECTIONS......................................................................11
3 BASIC OPERATING FLOW..........................................................................14
4. HARDWARE CONNECTION & SETTING....................................................15
4.1 ETHERNET SYSTEM CONFIGURATION....................................................................................15
4.2 SERIAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM CONFIGURATION...........................................................17
4.3 R3 SERIES SETTING INSTRUCTIONS......................................................................................19
4.3.1 USING THE R3-NE1.........................................................................................................19
4.3.2 USING THE R3-NM1 FOR ETHERNET NETWORK........................................................21
4.3.4 SETTING UP I/O MODULES............................................................................................24
4.3.5 SETTING THE CLAMP-ON SENSOR TYPE AC CURRENT INPUT MODULES.............25
4.4 R5 SERIES SETTING INSTRUCTIONS......................................................................................27
4.4.1 USING THE R5-NE1.........................................................................................................27
4.4.2 USING THE R5-NM1 FOR ETHERNET NETWORK........................................................28
4.4.3 USING THE R5-NM1 FOR MODBUS COMMUNICATION...............................................29
4.4.4 SETTING UP I/O MODULES............................................................................................30
4.5 R7 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R7E MODBUS/TCP MODULE..........................................................31
4.5.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION.............................................................................................31
4.5.2 MODEL R7E HARDWARE SETTING...............................................................................31
4.6 R7 SERIES SETTING INSTRUCTIONS......................................................................................32
4.6.1 USING THE R7M FOR ETHERNET NETWORK..............................................................32
4.6.2 USING THE R7M FOR MODBUS COMMUNICATION.....................................................33
4.7 PC RECORDER SERIES SETTING INSTRUCTIONS................................................................35
4.7.1 USING THE PC RECORDERS FOR ETHERNET NETWORK........................................35
4.7.2 USING THE PC RECORDERS FOR MODBUS COMMUNICATION................................36
4.7.3 SETTING UP R1M-GH2...................................................................................................37
4.7.4 R1M-P4 HARDWARE SETTING......................................................................................37
4.7.5 MODEL RZxS-U9 HARDWARE SETTING.......................................................................38
4.7.6 NODE NUMBER SETTING..............................................................................................38
4.8 MODEL 52U SETTING INSTRUCTIONS....................................................................................39
4.9 MODEL (L)53U, 54U SETTING INSTRUCTIONS........................................................................40
4.9.1 USING THE 53U FOR ETHERNET NETWORK...............................................................40
4.9.2 USING THE 53U FOR MODBUS COMMUNICATION......................................................41
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4.10 73VR SERIES SETTING INSTRUCTIONS..................................................................................43
4.11 TOWER LIGHT SERIES (ITxx ETHERNET TOWER LIGHT)......................................................43
4.11.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION.............................................................................................43
4.11.2 MODEL ITxx HARDWARE SETTING................................................................................43
4.12 MODEL 72EM(2)-M4 SETTING INSTRUCTIONS.......................................................................44
5. BEFORE STARTING RECORDING............................................................ 45
5.1 CONVERTING CONFIGURATION FILES....................................................................................45
5.2 CONVERTING STORED DATA....................................................................................................45
APPENDICES.................................................................................................... 46
Appendix I : How to Check an IP address.............................................................................................46
Appendix II : Basics of Sampling...........................................................................................................48
Appendix III : How to Use the PING Command.....................................................................................48
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1.INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing M-System’s MSRpro, Client/Server-type PC Recorder Software Package supporting the
total of 2048-channel analog and discrete signals.
In order to maximize the use of the MSRpro, the MSRpro General Users Manual serves as a facilitator for your
grasping the details on system requirements and input modules to be mounted. Please read this manual carefully
to ensure the safe use before getting started.
The MSRpro manual series is organized as shown below. The MSRpro Quick Start Manual, MSRpro-Builder Users
Manual, MSRpro-Server Users Manual, MSRpro-Client/Analyzer Users Manual, MSRpro-Report Users Manual,
MSReco Users Manual and MSReco-Client Users Manual are companion documents to this, each providing helpful instructions and suggestions for configuring and using the MSRpro. They are available in a CD-ROM package
that came with your product. To get a quick start guide from basic programming to start recording, the Quick Start
Manual is convenient as its name implies.
Title
MSRpro
General Users Manual
MSRpro
Quick Start Manual
Document No.
EM-7405
EM-7405H
Details
Focuses on the system requirements and connecting hardeware
devices. Read this manual first.
As named “Quick Start,” useful to grasp the overall features of
the MSRpro, its frequently-used operations, and the outline of
procedural steps required for succeeding in data recording and
storage.
MSRpro-Builder
Users Manual
MSRpro-Server
Users Manual
EM-7405-A
MSRpro-Client/Analyzer
Users Manual
EM-7405-C
The documentation at hand. Client-side functions plus data
analyzing capability are covered. Helpful instructions for the best
use of the MSRpro-Client/Analyzer are provided.
MSRpro-Report
Users Manual
MSReco
Users Manual
MSReco-Client
Users Manual
EM-7405-E
Focuses on the features and helpful instructions for the best use
of the MSRpro-Report.
Focuses on the features and helpful instructions for the best use
of the MSReco.
Focuses on the features and helpful instructions for the best use
of the MSReco-Client.
MSRpro-Tool
Collective Setting Tool
Users Manual
EM-7405-D
EM-7405-B
EM-7405-F
EM-7405-G
Focuses on the features and helpful instructions of the configuration program named MSRpro-Builder.
Server-side functions are the focus of this manual, providing you
with helpful instructions for the best use of the MSRpro-Server.
Focuses on the features and helpful instructions of the collective
setting using Microsoft Excel application.
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1.1
GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS
The MSRpro is a ‘paperless pen-type’ recording system for PC-based data acquisition and analysis. By communicating with I/O modules that have a LAN or RS-485 interface, the MSRpro reads in input signals and stores them in
a hard disk as digital data.
The MSRpro is a suite of three programs, the MSRpro-Server (referred hereafter as ‘Server’), the MSRpro-Builder
(‘Builder’), and the MSRpro-Client/Analyzer (‘Client’).
The Server collects and stores input measurement data and executes arithmetic computation to it, and the Client
is responsible for the display of that measurement data. The Builder creates and modifies configurations for either
program.
MSRpro-Server
Application software capable of executing data acquisition, storage,
and a variety of operations.
MSRpro-Client/Analyzer
Application software capable of displaying measurement data in vari
ous ways for analysis and printing.
MSRpro-Builder
Creates and modifies software configurations required to use extensive
capabilities offered by the MSRpro such as storing mode and operation
type.
MSRpro-Report
Processes data collected with the MSRpro-Server software and create
reports. Processed data is retained as data for reports.
MSRpro-RepBld
Configures settings for creating reports.
MSReco
Reads out data the MSRpro-Server collected, converts it to retain as
an MSReco dedicated file.
MSReco-Client
Displays data according to the MSReco configurations.
MSRpro-Tool
Collective Setting Tool is used on Microsoft Excel in order to configure
pen and alarm setting lists. The Excel file is exported as a MSRpro
configuration file.
MSRpro-V1 Data Converter is used to convert data files stored in
V1 format into one compatible for V6. V2 and later version data do not
need any conversion.
Server
Client
Builder Software
MSRpro-Builder
(Model: MSR2K-B)
Server Software
MSRpro-Server
(Model: MSR2K-S)
R3 I/O Module
R3-NE1
Client/Analyzer Software
MSRpro-Client
(Model: MSR2K-C)
Report Software
MSRpro-Report
(Model: MSR2K-CR)
Report Builder Software
MSRpro-ReBld
(Model: MSR2K-CRB)
Power Monitor Software
MSReco
(Model: MSR2K-CE)
Power Monitor
Client Software
MSReco-Client
(Model: MSR2K-CEC)
Input Signal
Figure 1.1. MSRpro system outline.
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1.2
POINTS OF CAUTION
1. The MSRpro software suite is designed to work on the PC running Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional
or Windows7 Professional. Be sure to use those operating systems specified herein. Also please bear in mind
that your PC is constantly under load, as the MSRpro repeatedly executes the proceeding of input signals at the
minimum interval of 0.1 sec and the plotting of entire graph(s).
2. When using the MSRpro, it is important NOT to run other applications simultaneously. M-System does not guarantee adequate operations of the MSRpro if the PC is shared by other applications.
3. The overall reliability of the performance of the MSRpro depends on that of the PC and its operating system.
When the MSRpro system must run continuously for an extended period, regular maintenance is recommended.
4. The MSRpro is designed to use a single window on a single PC, but not to use multiple windows or to be shared
on LAN.
5. Do not share the communication network for the MSRpro with another. Mixing with other networks may result
in instable operations on both network systems. Use one dedicated for the MSRpro.
6. Select ‘Never’ for all items under the power-related settings. Do NOT use the power saving modes such as system stand-by.
7. Use plain screen savers instead of animating screen savers; otherwise, the MSRpro may fail in data sampling.
8. We recommend placing on the desktop the fewest possible shortcuts and/or .exe files. Also it is recommended
placing the fewest possible executable icons that represent Internet-related Web contents so as to prevent a
graph plotted being garbed.
9. Do not adjust the PC’s clock while data is recorded, except for minor adjustments by several minutes executed
either manually or automatically via internet. Be sure to exit the MSRpro before changing the clock setting.
10.On top of the above, be careful when using the MSRpro under the following circumstances:
CAUTION: When using under any circumstances and/or conditions other than described herein.
CAUTION: Where proper safety assurance is mandatory as set forth in specific laws and/or regulations
pertinent to nuclear power plants, transportation facilities, airports, vehicles, fuel-consuming appliances, medical appliances, entertainment facilities and/alliances, safety devices, and other
special-care requiring facilities.
CAUTION: When using for applications where safety is the primal demand since great impact is anticipated
on lives or properties.
1.3
KEY FEATURES
1.3.1 MSRpro-Server FEATURES
As shown in the following functional diagram, the Server executes various kinds of tasks such as collecting and
storing data, and arithmetic computation to it. In response to a request from the Client, Server hands over stored
data to it.
R3 Series I/O
MSRpro-Server
Analog Input
Contact Input
Contact Output
Stored Data
MSRpro-Client/Analyzer
Data Views
Operation Panel
Node Monitor
Group Monitor
Storing Monitor
CSV Files
Excel and other
Windows-based
applications
Figure 1.3.1. MSRpro software function diagram.
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The MSRpro-Server stores data that has been acquired from an input module and performs arithmetic calculation
to create a file of that stored data. Also, while recording data, the Server makes a judgment on that data whether it
is normal or abnormal with reference to an Alarm Configuration created in advance. Then if relevant data falls within
an abnormal range, an alarm will be output to a specific point.
The state of communication, data storing, and data values can be checked on their respective displays.
On the Operation Panel, you will see indicator lamps, with which you can check on the communication in progress
whether it is in the normal state or not for each station.
The Node Monitor displays instantaneous values for each node, and the group monitor displays instantaneous values for each group in digital format.
On the Storing Monitor, you can check on the state of data storing and on a free space within a data folder.
1.3.2 MSRpro-Client FEATURES
Data stored by the MSRpro-Server is handed over to the MSRpro-Client/Analyzer (Client), which is specialized in a
data display in a graphical manner and data analysis. Measurement data can be presented in four ways: TREND,
OVERVIEW, ACTIVE TREND, GRAPHIC, ANALYZER, and BATCH MANAGER. Literally, the TREND plots relevant
data in a graph chart, the OVERVIEW and GRAPHIC are provided to monitor all data sets, and the ACTIVE TREND
and ANALYZER can analyze data. BATCH MANAGER can monitor the status of batch recording.
The following is a functional diagram.
R3 Series I/O
MSRpro-Server
MSRpro-Builder
Configuration Data
Configuration Data
Analog Input
Contact Input
Contact Output
Stored Data
MSRpro-Client/Analyzer
Data Views
TREND
OVERVIEW
ACTIVE TREND
ANALYZER
GRAPHIC
BATCH MANAGER
Batch Setting
Alarm History
Batch Data
CSV Files
Excel and
other Windows-based
applications
Figure 1.3.2. MSRpro software function diagram.
As shown in the diagram, after acquiring data from input modules, the Server executes arithmetic computation to
the input measurement data, and then stores it. In response to a request from the Client, the Server hands over
that stored data to the Client.
Configuration data is created by the Builder, and is read-in by the Server at start-up. It is further read from the Server
by the Client when a connection is established between the two.
Using the Client, the data stored by the Server can be displayed and monitored graphically over time. Also previously-stored data can be presented in a trend graph to undergo analysis.
In the TREND, relevant measurement data is literally plotted in a trend graph. The OVERVIEW presents a monitoring display for each group. The data displayed in the ACTIVE TREND or ANALYZER can be converted into the Excel
format to get analyzed by Excel.
While the Server mainly plays a key role in storing measurement data, other various tasks are assigned to the
MSRpro-Client/Analyzer such as data plotting, reading out and analyzing previously-stored data. With the Client, a
data file can be converted into [.csv] format, and can further be created as an analysis data on Excel.
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1.3.3 MSRpro-Report FEATURES
Report software automatically creates daily, monthly, and annual reports by using data collected with the MSRproServer software (Ver3.00 or later). Report software reads data collected with the server software and calculates and
display average, maximum, minimum, momentary, and accumulation values per hour.
Regarding report type, daily, monthly, and annual reports are available. For daily report, data for one day is collected
and summation, maximum and minimum value are calculated and recorded. For monthly report, data for one month
per day is collected and recorded. For annual report, data for one year per month is collected and recorded.
As each report is created by using the data collected with the server software, the report of the period, which is
retained by the server, can be created. The created report is retained as dedicated report data, and saved as a
file so that it can be read and display any time. By outputting the report as a file, data can be utilized with other
spreadsheet application.
The configurations for storing data are available with Builder. The configurations for report are available with Report
Builder.
The following is a functional diagram.
R3 Series I/O
Analog Input
Contact Input
Contact Output
MSRpro-Server
MSRpro-Builder
MSRpro-ReBBld
Configuration Data
Configuration Data
Configuration Data
for Report
Stored Data
MSRpro-Client/Analyzer
MSRpro-Report
Data Views
TREND
OVERVIEW
ACTIVE TREND
ANALYZER
GRAPHIC
Report Data Daily, Monthly, and Annual
CSV Files
CSV Files
Print Report
Excel and
other Windows-based
applications
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1.3.4 MSReco FEATURES
MSReco collects the data from a PC where MSRpro-Server is running and processes the data to demand data and
demand report. The following is a functional diagram.
R3 Series I/O
Analog Input
Contact Input
Contact Output
MSRpro-Server
MSRpro-Builder
Configuration Data
Configuration Data
Stored Data
MSRpro-client
Data Views
MSRpro-eco
DEMAND VIEW
x 32 views
POWER VIEW
x 32 views
DEMAND HISTORY
x 32 views
POWER HISTORY
x 32 views
Dedicated
MSReco data
Configuration Data
for Eco
CSV Files
Print Report
MSRpro-client
Data Views
CSV Files
Print Report
MSReco stores and displays power usage conditions on the PC by measuring energy of electric facility. Providing
alarm outputs enables to facilitate prevention of over contract power. MSReco can acquire the energy measurement
value by using R3 totalized pulse input module etc. Followings are features.
Data View:
Displaying present demand, predicted demand, target demand, alarm status, time zone and
remaining time etc. on the monitor. Updating them every 10 seconds.
Demand View: Displaying target line, target demand line, actual demand line and predicted demand line in a
graphic form.
Demand alarm output: Up to 4 alarm setpoints can be set and outputs by alarm line type, predicted demand
‌type and their combinations. Alarm output is displayed on monitor view and also contact
output to remote I/O module is available.
Tariff Pattern man‌agement: It is available to change target demand by tariff pattern. It can correspond to
adjusted contract and averaging of power usage. Up to 128 tariff patterns can be registered.
Calendar: Registering pattern schedules in an annual calendar on a daily basis. Detailed demand
monitoring is available in combination with tariff pattern management.
Print Report:
Printing daily, monthly, annual and demand report at a designated time or manually.
Screen Shot:
Each window image can be saved in BMP format.
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1.4
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
PC
OS
Display resolution
IBM PC/AT compatible
Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional SP2, Windows 7 Professional
(The MSR2K may not operate adequately in certain conditions.)
XGA (1024 x 768 dots) or higher
Display colors
65000 colors (16-bit High-color)
CPU
Pentium IV 2.0 GHz or higher
Memory
Hard disk
CD-R
512 MB minimum (1024 MB recommended)
80 GB minimum
Use a hard disk mounted inside of your PC. If you use a disk that is connected via an
external bus such as SCSI, the performance of the MSRpro may not be ensured.
Windows-compatible CD-ROM drive required to install the MSRpro.
Mouse
Windows-compatible mouse
Communication card
Input device
Windows-compatible LAN communication card
R3-NE1, R3-NM1, R5-NE1, R5-NM1, R7E, R7M, R1M Series, R2M Series, RZMS Series,
RZUS Series, 52U, 53U, L53U, 54U, 73VR3100, 73VR21x (Ver.2*), IT60RE, ITxxSRE
Non-Ethernet devices are connected via Ethernet Communication Adaptor (model:
72EM-M4, Ver.1.01.03 or higher, 72EM2-M4) to Ethernet.
*Ver.1 is not usable.
NOTE
Do not fail to use a PC that meets all the requirements described above.
Please bear in mind that while running the MSRpro, your PC is constantly under load. In other
words, the performance of the MSRpro depends largely on that of your computer system environment. A previous value acquired is always retained in case a certain error is caused during data
sampling due to the inconformity to the requirements.
When both the Server and the Client are on one PC, the maximum number of pens is limited to
512. Confirm also the PC requirements for the Client.
The Client programs must be of the same version as that of the Server.
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2. I/O MODULES SELECTIONS
The following modules are compatible with the MSRpro.
■ MSRpro I/O DEVICES
•Network Module for Modbus/TCP (Ethernet):
Models R3-NE1, R5-NE1, R7E, IT60RE
Models 73VR3100, 73VR21x (Ver.2 or later)
•Ethernet Communication Adaptor:
Models 72EM-M4, 72EM2-M4
Model 73VR3100 or 73VR21x is not usable in High
speed mode.
• R3 Series Remote I/O
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
DC voltage input
R3-SV4, R3-SV4A, R3-SV4B,
R3-SV4C, R3(Y)-SV8, R3-SV8A,
R3-SV8B, R3-SV8C, R3(S/Y)-SV8N,
R3-SV16N, R3Y-SV16
DC current input
R3-SS4, R3(Y)-SS8, R3(S/Y)-SS8N,
R3(Y)-SS16N
Thermocouple input
R3-TS4, R3-TS8
RTD input
R3-RS4, R3(S)-RS4A, R3(Y)-RS8,
R3-RS8A, R3-RS8B
Universal input
R3-US4
Discrete input
R3(S/Y)-DA16, R3(Y)-DA16A,
R3-DA16B, R3-DA32A, R3-DA64A
Discrete output
R3(Y)-DC16, R3-DC16A, R3 DC16B,
R3-DC16C, R3-DC32A, R3-DC32C,
R3-DC64A, R3-DC64C
Discrete I/O
R3(S)-DAC16*, R3(S)-DAC16A*
4 – 20mA input with
excitation supply
R3(Y)-DS4, R3-DS4A, R3-DS8N
Potentiometer input
R3-MS4, R3(Y)-MS8
CT input
R3-CT4
AC current input with
R3-CT4A**, R3-CT4B**, R3-CT4C,
clamp-on current
R3-CT8A**, R3-CT8B**, R3-CT8C
sensor
PT input
R3-PT4
Zero-phase current
input
R3-CZ4
AC power input
High speed pulse
input
R3-WT4, R3-WT4A, R3-WT4B, R3WTU
R3-PA4
Speed/position input R3-PA2
Totalized pulse input
R3-PA4A, R3-PA4B, R3(Y)-PA16,
R3(S)-PA8
Strain gauge input
R3-LC2
Alarm
R3-AD4, R3-AR4, R3-AS4, R3-AS8,
R3-AT4, R3-AV4, R3-AV8
Gateway
R3-GC1, R3-GD1, R3-GE1, R3GFL1, R3-GM1
* Only continuous output mode is available.
**. ‌Data range must be setup with the PC Configurator
Software R3CON and the dedicated cable.
• R3 Series Interface Modules
NETWORK
MODEL NO.
Modbus Network Module
R3-NM1
Ethernet Network Module
R3-NE1
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• R1M, R2M, RZxS Series I/O Modules
MODBUS MODULE
SIGNAL TYPE
MODEL NO.
R1M, RZMS, RZUS
R2M
R1M-GH2
R1MS-GH3
RZM(U)S-U9
R2M-2G3
Thermocouple
RTD
R1M-J3, RZM(U)S-U9
Potentiometer
RZM(U)S-U9
Discrete input
R1M-A1
Discrete output
R1M-D1
Pulse input
R1M-P4
Totalized pulse input
R1M-A1, R1M-P4
DC Voltage
For the serial communication via the R2K-1,
COM1 through COM8 can be used.
R2M-2H3
• R5 Series Remote I/O
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
DC voltage input
R5-SV, R5T-SV
DC current input
R5-SS, R5T-SS
Thermocouple input
R5-TS, R5T-TS
RTD input
R5-RS, R5T-RS
Discrete input
R5-DA4, R5T-DA4, R5-DA16
Discrete output
R5-DC4, R5T-DC4, R5DC16
4 – 20mA input with
excitation supply
R5-DS, R5T-DS
Totalized pulse input
R5-PA2, R5T-PA2
Potentiometer input
R5-MS
CT input
R5T-CT
AC current input with
clamp-on current sensor * 2
R5T-CTA, R5T-CTB
PT input
R5T-PT
*2. Data
‌
range must be setup for use with the PC Recorder using the PC Confi gurator Softw are R5CON and the special
cable.
• R5 Series Interface Modules
NETWORK
MODEL NO.
Modbus Network Module
R5-NM1
Ethernet Network Module
R5-NE1
• R7M Series Remote I/O*
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
DC voltage/current
input
R7M-SV4
Thermocouple input
R7M-TS4
RTD input
R7M-RS4
Potentiometer input
R7M-MS4
CT input
R7M-CT4E
Totalized pulse
input
R7M-PA8
Discrete input
R7M-DA16
Discrete output
R7M-DC16A, R7M-DC16B,
R7M-DC8C
Discrete input
(Extension)
R7M-EA8, R7M-EA16
Discrete output
(Extension)
R7M-EC8A, R7M-EC16A,
R7M-EC8B, R7M-EC16B
For the serial communication via the R2K-1,
COM1 through COM8 can be used.
* ‌‌Must be setup with R7X Configurator and the dedicated
cable.
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• R7E Series Remote I/O
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
DC voltage/current input
R7E-SV4
Thermocouple input
R7E-TS4
RTD input
R7E-RS4
Potentiometer input
R7E-MS4
CT input
R7E-CT4E*
Discrete input
R7E-DA16
Discrete output
R7E-DC16A, R7E-DC16B
Discrete input (Extension)
R7E-EA8, R7E-EA16
Discrete output (Extension)
R7E-EC8A, R7E-EC16A,
R7E-EC8B, R7E-EC16B
* ‌Must be setup with R7X Configurator and the dedicated
cable.
• Multi Power Monitor
NETWORK
MODEL NO.
Multi power monitor
52U
53U, L53U, 54U
Model 52U, 53U, L53U or 54U is not usable
in High speed mode.
• paperless recorder
NETWORK
MODEL NO.
Built-in input module
paperrless recorder
73vr21x (ver.2, ver.3)
Selectable input modules
paperless recorder
73vr3100
• ETHERNET TOWER LIGHT
SIGNAL TYPE
MODEELS
Discrete output
IT60RE, IT40SRE, IT50SRE, IT60SRE
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BASIC OPERATING FLOW
In the following sequence, the operations up to data acquisition will be carried out.
First, you are requested to create configurations using the MSRpro-Builder in accordance with your need, and next,
start up the Server to start collecting measurement data. To confirm any configuration, access to the Builder.
To modify any configurations you created, terminate the MSRpro-Server in the first place, and using the Builder,
modify a relevant configuration. After that, connect to an input module, and if you wish to have data plotted, use
the MSRpro-Client/Analyzer. For more information, please consult the MSRpro-Client/Analyzer Users Manual
EM-7405-C.
Hardware Configuration
Configure input module(s).
Connecting to the PC
Setup the I/O and the PC to connect between
each other.
Convert data from V1
Converting data stored by MSRpro-V1 into
MSRpro-V6 compatible data.
Setup on the MSRpro-Builder
Consult the MSRpro-Builder Users Manual
(EM-7405-A).
Startup the MSRpro-Server
Establish communication
Consult the MSRpro-Server Users Manual
(EM-7405-B).
Startup the MSRpro-Client
Consult the MSRpro-Client/Analyzer Users
Manual (EM-7405-C).
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4. HARDWARE CONNECTION & SETTING
4.1 ETHERNET SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Be sure that I/O modules be connected to your PC on a dedicated network, but NOT on your in-house LAN shared
with other devices. Disable all security protocols including the firewall and the security software programs. Certain
security software program may impose limitations in TCP/IP communication.
If you need technical assistance, please consult your network administrator.
Where the Server and Client are installed in separate PCs (Recommended)
Data stored with a Server-specific PC can be viewed on a Client-specific PC. Your PCs are supposed to connect,
as shown in Figure 4-1a, to Ethernet Network Modules using a LAN cable. As Client, a maximum of four PCs can
be connected.
Server PC
Client PC
Ethernet
Remote I/O
R3-NE1
Remote I/O
R5-NE1
Communication Adaptor
72EM(2)-M4
ETHERNET
RUN
SEND
FIELD
CNFG
R1M Series
RZMS
R2M
Note 1. Use a dedicated Ethernet network for the PC and the R3/72EM(2)-M4 modules.
Note 2. Max. four (4) Client PC.
Note 3. Max. number of stations depends upon the storing mode.
Note 4. 72EM-M4 V1.01.03 or higher, all versions of 72EM2-M4.
Note 5. Use an Ethernet hub/switch of 100 Mbps or faster communication speed.
Figure 4-1a. Hardware configuration example with function-specific PCs.
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Where using a single PC for both the Server and the Client
As shown in Figure 4-1b, your PC is supposed to establish the connection with Ethernet Network Modules using
a LAN cable. If you prefer a direct connection, use a cross (reverse) cable.
When the Server and the Client run in a single PC, the maximum input channels are limited to 512.
Server / Client PC
Ethernet
Remote I/O
R3 Series
Remote I/O
R5 Series
Communication Adaptor
72EM(2)-M4
ETHERNET
RUN
SEND
FIELD
CNFG
R1M Series
RZMS
R2M
Note 1. Use a dedicated Ethernet network for the PC and the R3/72EM(2)-M4 modules.
Note 2. Max. number of stations depends upon the storing mode..
Note 3. 72EM-M4 V1.01.03 or higher, all versions of 72EM2-M4.
Note 4. Use an Ethernet hub/switch of 100 Mbps or faster communication speed.
Figure 4.1b. Hardware configuration example with single PC.
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4.2 SERIAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Be sure that I/O modules be connected to your PC on a dedicated network, but NOT on your in-house LAN shared
with other devices. Disable all security protocols including the firewall and the security software programs. Certain
security software program may impose limitations in TCP/IP communication.
If you need technical assistance, please consult your network administrator.
Where the Server and Client are installed in separate PCs (Recommended)
Data stored with a Server-specific PC can be viewed on a Client-specific PC. Your PCs are supposed to connect,
as shown in Figure 4-2a, to Modbus Network Modules via RS-232C/RS-485 Converter (model: R2K-1). As Client,
a maximum of four PCs can be connected.
Client PC
Ethernet
Server PC
COM2
COM1
234 56
7 89
RS-232/RS-485 Converter
R2K-1
1
234 56
RS-232C/RS-485 Converter
R2K-1
0
0
7 89
1
R1M Series
RZMS
R2M
Remote I/O
R3-NM1
Remote I/O
R5-NM1
Note 1. Max. four (4) Client PC.
Note 2. Use an Ethernet hub/switch of 100 Mbps or faster communication speed.
Note 3. Only 1 port usable in High speed mode.
Note 4. Max. four (4) COM ports.
Figure 4-2a. Hardware configuration example with function-specific PCs.
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Where using a single PC for both the Server and the Client
As shown in Figure 4-2b, your PC is supposed to establish the connection with Modbus Network Modules via
RS-232C/RS-485 Converter (model: R2K-1). If you prefer a direct connection, use a cross (reverse) cable.
When the Server and the Client run in a single PC, the maximum input channels are limited to 512.
Server / Client PC
COM2
COM1
234 56
7 89
RS-232/RS-485 Converter
R2K-1
1
234 56
RS-232C/RS-485 Converter
R2K-1
0
0
7 89
1
R1M Series
RZMS
R2M
Remote I/O
R3-NM1
Remote I/O
R5-NM1
Note 1. Only 1 port usable in High speed mode.
Note 2. Max. four (4) COM ports.
Figure 4.2b. Hardware configuration example with single PC.
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4.3 R3 SERIES SETTING INSTRUCTIONS
4.3.1 USING THE R3-NE1
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the R3-NE1 is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with R3 Series Ethernet Network Module (model: R3-NE1) using
a LAN cable. If you prefer a direct connection, use a cross (reverse) cable.
Server PC
Ethernet Hub/Switch
Ethernet
R3-NE1
R3-NE1
Figure 4.3.1. R3-NE1 system configuration example.
HARDWARE SETUP
Basically, the following three items must be setup. For more information, please refer to the specifications provided
in the next page or an instruction manual for the Remote I/O R3 Series (model: R3-NE1).
1) IP address
To setup IP address and subnet mask for the R3-NE1, use the PC Configurator (mode: R3CON).
2) Data areas occupied
Set the side DIP switches (SW1, SW2, SW3) so that data areas are assigned to I/O modules to be mounted.
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R3-NE1 HARTWARE SETUP
■ SIDE VIEW
BCDE
3 4 56
7 8 9A
BCDE
F 01 2
RUN LED
F 01 2
7 8 9A
■ FRONT VIEW
Not used
3 4 56
Not used
ERR LED
Functions
SW3
Configuration
Jack
RJ-45 Modular
Jack
4
5
1
2
3
4
3
2
1
LINK
DPLX (Duplex)
LINK10 (10Mbps)
LINK100
(100Mbps)
COL (Collision)
SW1
SW2
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ON
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ON
ON
6
■SIDE DIP SW
•Data Allocation: SW1, SW2
Data Allocation Type must be assigned to each I/O module
position to specify how many data areas (four types) are to
be occupied by each.
Two bits from SW1 and SW2 are assigned to each position, and data areas can be specified from the module No. 1
through 8. Setting for No. 9 and later modules is identical
to No. 8.
SW ASSIGNMENT
MODULE NO.
SW1-1
SW1-2
1
SW1-3
SW1-4
2
SW1-5
SW1-6
3
SW1-7
SW1-8
4
SW2-1
SW2-2
5
SW2-3
SW2-4
6
SW2-5
SW2-6
7
SW2-7
SW2-8
8
SW SETTTING
DATA ALLOCATION
OFF
OFF
1
ON
OFF
4
OFF
ON
8
ON
ON
16
•Dual Communication: SW3
When two network modules are mounted, one must be
‘Main’ (OFF) network and the other must be ‘Sub’ (ON)
network. For single communication, the network module
must always be set to ‘Main’ (OFF).
SW
SW3-1
DUAL COMMUNICATION
MAIN (*)
SUB
OFF
ON
•Input Error Data: SW3
Hold: When the communication from an input module is lost
due to the input module error, the network module holds
the signal and stands by until the communication recovers.
Set to ‘0’: When the communication from an input module
is lost due to the input module error, the network module
outputs ‘0.’
SW
SW3-2
INPUT ERROR DATA
HOLD (*)
SET ‘0’
OFF
ON
•LED Function: SW3
Functions assigned to the front RUN and ERR LEDs can
be selected.
LED
SW3-4
RUN
ERR
Green when normal
Green when abnormal
ON
Red when receiving
(*) Factory setting
Red when transmitting
OFF (*)
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4.3.2 USING THE R3-NM1 FOR ETHERNET NETWORK
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the R3-NM1 is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with R3 Series Modbus Network Module (model: R3-NM1) via
Ethernet Communication Adaptor (model: 72EM(2)-M4) in order to convert RS-485 into Ethernet.
Server PC
Ethernet Hub/Switch
Ethernet
Communication Adaptor
72EM(2)-M4
ETHERNET
Communication Adaptor
72EM(2)-M4
ETHERNET
RUN
SEND
FIELD
RUN
SEND
FIELD
CNFG
CNFG
RS-485
RS-485
R3-NM1
R3-NM1
Figure 4.3.2. R3-NM1 system configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the 72EM(2)-M4 and the R3-NM1. Extend RS-485 line when you need more than
one R3-NM1 connected.
72EM2-M4
T1
T2
T3
T4
RS-485
*1
R3-NM1
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
RS-485
R3-NM1
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Terminator
*1. When the 72EM(2) unit is located at an end of transmission line via twisted-pair cable (=when there is no cross wiring),
close across the terminals T2 and T3 with the jumper attached to the product (or lead wire).
Figure 4.3.2a. Modbus connection.
R3-NM1 HARDWARE SETUP
Please refer to the specifications provided in the next page or an instruction manual for the Remote I/O R3 Series
(model: R3-NM1).
72EM(2)-M4 HARDWARE SETUP
IP address and baud rate must be setup. For more information, please refer to Section 4.12 and the instruction
manual for the 72EM(2)-M4.
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4.3.3 USING THE R3-NM1 FOR MODBUS COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the R3-NM1 is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with R3 Series Modbus Network Module (model: R3-NM1) via RS232C/RS-485 Converter (model: R2K-1). Connect the R2K-1 with a 9-pin D-sub connector, straight cable.
Server PC
Modbus
234 56
0
7 89
RS-232/RS-485 Converter
R2K-1
1
RS-485
R3-NM1
Figure 4.3.3. R3-NM1 system configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the R2K-1 the R3-NM1. Extend RS-485 line when you need more than one R3NM1 connected.
R2K-1
R3-NM1
R3-NM1
T1(+)
T2(–)
T3
T4
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Jumper
Terminator
Figure 4.3.3a. Modbus connection.
R3-NM1 HARDWARE SETUP
Please refer to the specifications provided in the next page or an instruction manual for the Remote I/O R3 Series
(model: R3-NM1).
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R3-NM1 HARTWARE SETUP
■ SIDE VIEW
7 8 9A
3 4 56
Node Address (MSD)
BCDE
3 4 56
SA2
F 01 2
RUN LED
BCDE
F 01 2
SA1
7 8 9A
■ FRONT VIEW
Node Address (LSD)
ERR LED
FG
SLD
DG
DB
DA
Configuration Jack
Euro Type
Connector Terminal
4
5
Functions
SW3
Transmission Properties
4
3
2
1
SW6
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
6
ON
SW1
SW2
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ON
ON
ON
■FRONT ROTARY SW
Set the module’s node address in hexadecimal with SW4
and SW5.
■FRONT DIP SW
•Baud Rate: SW6
BAUD RATE (bps)
SW
38.4 k (*)
19.2 k
9600
4800
SW6-1
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SW6-2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
•Parity: SW6
SW
PARITY
NONE (*)
ODD
EVEN
N/A
SW6-3
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SW6-4
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
•Data Mode: SW6
RTU (Binary) (*)
ASCII
OFF
ON
SW6-5
(*) Factory setting
•LED Function: SW3
Functions assigned to the front RUN and ERR LEDs can
be selected.
LED
SW3-4
RUN
ERR
Green when normal
Green when abnormal
ON
Red when receiving
(*) Factory setting
Red when transmitting
OFF (*)
SW ASSIGNMENT
MODULE NO.
SW1-1
SW1-2
1
SW1-3
SW1-4
2
SW1-5
SW1-6
3
SW1-7
SW1-8
4
SW2-1
SW2-2
5
SW2-3
SW2-4
6
SW2-5
SW2-6
7
SW2-7
SW2-8
8
SW SETTTING
DATA MODE
SW
■SIDE DIP SW
•Data Allocation: SW1, SW2
Data Allocation Type must be assigned to each I/O module
position to specify how many data areas (four types) are to
be occupied by each.
Two bits from SW1 and SW2 are assigned to each position, and data areas can be specified from the module No. 1
through 8. Setting for No. 9 and later modules is identical
to No. 8.
DATA ALLOCATION
OFF
OFF
1
ON
OFF
4
OFF
ON
8
ON
ON
16
•Dual Communication: SW3
When two network modules are mounted, one must be
‘Main’ (OFF) network and the other must be ‘Sub’ (ON)
network. For single communication, the network module
must always be set to ‘Main’ (OFF).
SW
SW3-1
DUAL COMMUNICATION
MAIN (*)
SUB
OFF
ON
•Input Error Data: SW3
Hold: When the communication from an input module is lost
due to the input module error, the network module holds
the signal and stands by until the communication recovers.
Set to ‘0’: When the communication from an input module
is lost due to the input module error, the network module
outputs ‘0.’
SW
SW3-2
INPUT ERROR DATA
HOLD (*)
SET ‘0’
OFF
ON
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4.3.4 SETTING UP I/O MODULES
To setup I/O modules, please consult instruction manuals for each product.
R3-SV4 Setting Example
Using the side DIP switches, input range per each channel as well as conversion rate can be setup.
For example, if the input range of the input signal 1 is set to -5 to +5V DC, set SW1-1 to ON, while SW1-2 to 1-4
remaining at OFF.
Set to the fastest conversion rate. Set to 10 msec. rate with the SW3-1 and 3-2 to ON.
R3-SV4 HARTWARE SETUP
■ SIDE VIEW
■ FRONT VIEW
RUN LED
ERR LED
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Functions
1
4
3
2
1
3
4
5
6
ON
8
9
Range
Input 2 (SW1)
or
Input 4 (SW2)
Input 1 (SW1)
or
Input 3 (SW2)
ON
•Conversion Rate: SW3
INPUT 3 (SW2)
INPUT 4 (SW2)
4
SW1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ON
INPUT 2 (SW1)
3
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
10
INPUT 1 (SW1)
2
Conv.
Rate
7
■SIDE DIP SW
•Input Range: SW1, SW2
1
SW2
SW3
2
5
6
7
CONVERSION RATE
SW
RANGE
8
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF -10 – +10V (*)
ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF -5 – +5V
80 ms (*)
40 ms
20 ms
10 ms
SW3-1
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SW3-2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
(*) Factory setting
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF -1 – +1V
ON
ON OFF OFF ON
ON OFF OFF 0 – 10V
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF 0 – 5V
ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF 1 – 5V
OFF ON
ON OFF OFF ON
ON OFF 0 – 1V
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4.3.5 SETTING THE CLAMP-ON SENSOR TYPE AC CURRENT INPUT MODULES
In order to use models R3-CT4A, R3-CT8A, R3-CT4B and R3-CT8B, the data range must be set up with the R3
Configurator Software (model: R3CON). The original data range is defined by an equation: Engineering unit data x
100, but this change of setting may lower the resolution of recorded data for certain input ranges.
For example, If you have an input range of 0 – 500A, the normal data range is 0 – 50000. However, the MSRpro’s
data format is fixed at 0 – 10000. By changing the data range from 0 – 50000 to 0 – 10000, the data resolution will
be lowered by the one-fifth.
PREPARING
The R3CON Configurator is available for downloading at M-System’s web site: http://www.m-system.co.jp. A special
cable (model: MCN-CON or COP-US) is required to connect the R3 modules to a PC.
Install the R3CON Configurator on your PC.
NOTE
The R3CON Version 1.02 or higher is required to use with the R3-CTx models. The version number
can be confirmed by choosing Help > Version on the R3CON menu bar.
Stop data recording with the MSRpro while you are using the monitoring function of the R3CON.
CONNECTING TO THE PC
Connect between the PC’s COM port and the network module’s PC Configurator Port with the MCN-CON or
COP-US cable.
SETTING UP THE INPUT MODULES
1. Connecting to the communication line.
Choose Start > Program > R3CON on the task bar to start up the R3CON.
Choose ‘Connect’ from ‘Connect’ on the menu bar and the following dialog box appears on the screen.
Choose an appropriate Port No. and the Baud Rate 9600 bps, and click OK. With the communication line established, the communication status lamp turns to green and ‘COMx’ is shown.
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2. Confirming the hardware type and setting.
Click Upload button on the left-top and the screen shows the I/O hardware configuration and input type setting
as shown below.
3. Configuring the input module.
Pull down the Card No. menu and choose the number (01 through 04) for the R3-CTx module. The main frame
of ‘Overview’ is now replaced with the R3-CTx configuration view.
Click Upload button at the bottom to read the present data in the module.
R3-CT4A window example.
Enter the values as shown in the table below.
R3-CT8A window example.
PARAMETERDESCRIPTION
SETTING
Zero Scale
0% scaling value
0
Full Scale
100% scaling value
10000
Zero Base
0% input value in engineering unit
0
Full Base
100% input value in engineering unit
Upper limit of the input range (500 for 0 – 500A)
4. Downloading new configuration to the module.
Clicking Download button at the bottom writes the input module with new configuration you have entered on the
screen.
5. Disconnecting the communication line.
Choose ‘Disconnect’ from ‘Connect’ on the menu bar.
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4.4 R5 SERIES SETTING INSTRUCTIONS
4.4.1 USING THE R5-NE1
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the R5-NE1 is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with R5 Series Ethernet Network Module (model: R5-NE1) using
a LAN cable. If you prefer a direct connection, use a cross (reverse) cable.
Server PC
Ethernet Hub/Switch
Ethernet
R5-NE1
Figure 4.4.1. R5-NE1 system configuration example.
HARDWARE SETUP
Basically, the following three items must be setup. For more information, please refer to the specifications provided
at the bottom of this page or an instruction manual for the Remote I/O R5 Series (model: R5-NE1).
1) IP address
To setup IP address and subnet mask for the R5-NE1, use the PC Configurator (mode: R5CON).
2) Data allocation mode
Set the side DIP switches (SW1, SW2) so that data areas are assigned to I/O modules to be mounted.
R5-NE1 HARTWARE SETUP
■ SIDE VIEW
■ FRONT VIEW
Data Allocation
Transmission Properties
RUN Indicator LED
23
456
901
ERR Indicator LED
Not used
78
456
901
23
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
78
ON
Not used
LED Function
Data Allocation
•LED Function: SW3
DATA ALLOCATION MODE
2
LINK
DPLX (Duplex)
COLL (Collision)
LINK10 (10Mbps)
LINK100
(100Mbps)
RJ-45 Connector
■SIDE DIP SW
•Data Allocation Mode: SW1, SW2
SW
Ethernet LED
Configuration Jack
LED
SW3
1
RUN
ERR
1
OFF (*)
ON
OFF (*)
Green when normal
Green when abnormal
2
OFF (*)
OFF
ON
Red when receiving
Red when transmitting
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4.4.2 USING THE R5-NM1 FOR ETHERNET NETWORK
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the R5-NM1 is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with R5 Series Modbus Network Module (model: R5-NM1) via
Ethernet Communication Adaptor (model: 72EM(2)-M4) in order to convert RS-485 into Ethernet.
Server PC
Ethernet Hub/Switch
Communication Adaptor
72EM(2)-M4
ETHERNET
RUN
SEND
FIELD
CNFG
RS-485
R5-NM1
Figure 4.4.2. R5-NM1 system configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the 72EM(2)-M4 and the R5-NM1. Extend RS-485 line when you need more than
one R5-NM1 connected.
72EM2-M4
T1
T2
T3
T4
RS-485
*1
R5-NM1
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
RS-485
R5-NM1
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Terminator
*1. When the 72EM(2) unit is located at an end of transmission line via twisted-pair cable (=when there is no cross wiring),
close across the terminals T2 and T3 with the jumper attached to the product (or lead wire).
Figure 4.4.2a. Modbus connection.
R5-NM1 HARDWARE SETUP
Please refer to the specifications provided in the next page or an instruction manual for the Remote I/O R5 Series
(model: R5-NM1).
72EM(2)-M4 HARDWARE SETUP
IP address and baud rate must be setup. For more information, please refer to Section 4.12 and the instruction
manual for the 72EM(2)-M4.
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4.4.3 USING THE R5-NM1 FOR MODBUS COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the R5-NM1 is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with R5 Series Modbus Network Module (model: R5-NM1) via RS232C/RS-485 Converter (model: R2K-1). Connect the R2K-1 with a 9-pin D-sub connector, straight cable.
Server PC
Modbus
234 56
0
7 89
RS-232/RS-485 Converter
R2K-1
1
RS-485
R5-NM1
Figure 4.4.3. R5-NM1 system configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the R2K-1 the R5-NM1. Extend RS-485 line when you need more than one R5NM1 connected.
R2K-1
R5-NM1
R5-NM1
T1(+)
T2(–)
T3
T4
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Jumper
Terminator
Figure 4.4.3a. Modbus connection.
R5-NM1 HARDWARE SETUP
Please refer to the specifications provided in the next page or an instruction manual for the Remote I/O R5 Series
(model: R5-NM1).
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R5-NM1 HARTWARE SETUP
■ SIDE VIEW
■ FRONT VIEW
Data Allocation
Transmission Properties
RUN Indicator LED
Node Address
ERR Indicator LED
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Data
Parity
Baud Rate
LED Function
Data Allocation
ON
Euro Type
Connector Terminal
■SIDE DIP SW
•Data Allocation Mode: SW1, SW2
■FRONT DIP SW
•Node Address
DATA ALLOCATION MODE
SW
Configuration Jack
DIP SW
ADD.
2
1
1
1
OFF (*)
ON
0
2
OFF (*)
OFF
1
ON
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
2
OFF
ON
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
3
ON
ON
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
4
OFF OFF
ON
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
ERR
5
ON
OFF
ON
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
•LED Function: SW3
LED
SW3
RUN
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF (*)
Green when normal
Green when abnormal
6
OFF
ON
ON
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON
Red when receiving
Red when transmitting
7
:
ON
:
ON
:
ON
:
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
:
:
:
:
:
252
OFF OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
BAUD RATE (bps)
253
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
38.4 k
19.2 k
9600
4800
254
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
4
OFF
ON (*)
OFF
ON
255
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
5
OFF
OFF (*)
ON
ON
•Baud Rate: SW4, SW5
SW
•Parity: SW6, SW7
PARITY
SW
NONE
ODD
EVEN
N/A
6
OFF (*)
ON
OFF
ON
7
OFF (*)
OFF
ON
ON
•Data Mode: SW8
DATA MODE
SW
RTU (Binary)
8
OFF
(*) Factory default setting
ASCII
ON (*)
4.4.4 SETTING UP I/O MODULES
To setup I/O modules, please consult instruction manuals for each product. 4.5R7 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R7E
MODBUS/TCP MODULE
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4.5 R7 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R7E MODBUS/TCP MODULE
4.5.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Figure 4.5.1 shows how the R7E module and other modules are connected to the PC via Ethernet HUB/Switch. For
directly connecting the R7E to the PC, use a reverse (interlink) cable.
Ethernet
Hub / Switch
Ethernet
Ethernet
Modbus/TCP I/O Module
(model: R7E)
Figure 4.5.1. System configuration example.
4.5.2 MODEL R7E HARDWARE SETTING
PC Configurator Software (model: R7CON) is required to go through the following settings. The R7CON is downloadable at M-System’s web site (http://www.m-system.co.jp).
Install the downloaded software program to your PC, and connect the R7E to it via the PC configurator cable (model:
MCN-CON or COP-US).
For more details on the R7CON, please refer to the R7CON users manual.
• IP address
For IP address and sub net-mask, refer to the R7CON users manual.
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4.6 R7 SERIES SETTING INSTRUCTIONS
4.6.1 USING THE R7M FOR ETHERNET NETWORK
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the R7M is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with the R7M Modbus Network Module via Ethernet Communication Adaptor (model: 72EM(2)-M4) in order to convert RS-485 into Ethernet.
Server PC
Ethernet Hub/Switch
Ethernet
Communication Adaptor
72EM(2)-M4
ETHERNET
RUN
SEND
FIELD
CNFG
RS-485
R7M
Figure 4.6.1. R7M system configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the 72EM(2)-M4 and the R7M. Extend RS-485 line when you need more than one
R7M connected.
72EM2-M4
T1
T2
T3
T4
RS-485
*1
R7M
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
RS-485
R7M
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Terminator
*1. When the 72EM(2) unit is located at an end of transmission line via twisted-pair cable (=when there is no cross wiring),
close across the terminals T2 and T3 with the jumper attached to the product (or lead wire).
Figure 4.6.1a. Modbus connection.
R7M HARDWARE SETUP
Please refer to the specifications provided in the next page or an instruction manual for the R7M.
72EM(2)-M4 HARDWARE SETUP
IP address and baud rate must be setup. For more information, please refer to Section 4.12 and the instruction
manual for the 72EM(2)-M4.
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4.6.2 USING THE R7M FOR MODBUS COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the R7M is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with the R7M Modbus Network Module via RS-232C/RS-485 Converter (model: R2K-1). Connect the R2K-1 with a 9-pin D-sub connector, straight cable.
Server PC
Modbus
RS-232/RS-485 Converter
R2K-1
234 56
0
7 89
1
RS-485
R7M
Figure 4.6.2. R7M system configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the R2K-1 the R7M. Extend RS-485 line when you need more than one R7M
connected.
R2K-1
R7M
R7M
T1(+)
T2(–)
T3
T4
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Jumper
Terminator
Figure 4.6.2a. Modbus connection.
R7M HARDWARE SETUP
Please refer to the specifications provided in the next page or an instruction manual for the R7M.
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R7M HARTWARE SETUP
Baud Rate Setting Rotary SW
Operating Mode Setting DIP SW (SW1)
Node Address Setting
Rotary SW
PC Configurator Jack
*1
Discrete I/O Status Indicator LED
Status Indicator LED
23
23
901
NODE ADD.
4
5
1
6
2
CNFG.
B.RATE
7
3
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
456
23
456
78
X1
456
78
SD
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
X10
78
RUN
RD
901
ERR
901
PWR
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
1
2
3
4
Modbus, Power Supply
Terminals
5
6
7
8
I/O Terminals*
9
2
*1. Not available with analog I/O modules.
*2. 10 screw terminals for analog output modules.
■ STATUS INDICATOR LED
ID
COLOR
FUNCTION
PWR
Red
Turns on when the internal 5V is supplied normally.
RUN
Red
Turns on when the data is received
normally.
ERR
Red
Turns on when the received data is
abnormal.
SD
Red
Turns on when the module is transmitting.
RD
Red
Turns on when the module is receiving.
■ NODE ADDRESS
Node Address is selected between 1 and 99 in decimal. The
left switch determines the tenth place digit, while the right
switch does the ones place digit of the address.
23
78
78
23
456
901
456
Factory setting : 00
901
Node Address Setting (x1)
Node Address Setting (x10)
■ BAUD RATE
Baud Rate is selected with the rotary switch.
■ OPERATING MODE
78
901
23
456
Operating mode setting depends upon I/O type and
ranges. Refer to the respective I/O sections.
■ PC CONFIGURATOR JACK
Analog I/O modules are equipped with the PC Configurator Jack.
The PC Configurator is used to set the following parameters for each channel.
•Zero and span adjustments
•Scaling
•Sensor type and range
Discrete I/O modules are not equipped with one.
In order to use the PC Configurator (model: R7CON), the
cable model MCN-CON or COP-US is needed.
Before starting programming, turn on the front SW1-5
through 1-8. For more information about the programming using the R7CON, please refer to the R7CON
Users Manual.
■ DISCRETE I/O STATUS INDICATOR LED
Discrete I/O modules including those for extensions have
LED indicators showing I/O signal status.
Contact ON : LED ON
Contact OFF: LED OFF
0 : 38.4 kbps (factory setting)
1 : 19.2 kbps
2 : 9600 bps
3 : 4800 bps
Baud Rate Setting
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4.7 PC RECORDER SERIES SETTING INSTRUCTIONS
4.7.1 USING THE PC RECORDERS FOR ETHERNET NETWORK
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the PC Recorder Series is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with a PC Recorder Series Module (models: R1M, R1MS, RZMS)
via Ethernet Communication Adaptor (model: 72EM(2)-M4) in order to convert RS-485 into Ethernet.
The R2M can be connected to the RS-232C port of an RS-485 module via an interlink/reverse cable.
Server PC
Ethernet Hub/Switch
Communication Adaptor
72EM(2)-M4
ETHERNET
RUN
SEND
FIELD
CNFG
RS-485
R1M
RS-485
RS-232C
Interlink / Reverse
Cable
R1M
RZMS
R2M
Figure 4.7.1 PC Recorder system configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the 72EM(2)-M4 and the PC Recorders. Extend RS-485 line when you need more
than one PC Recorder connected.
72EM2-M4
T1
T2
T3
T4
RS-485
*1
PC RECORDER
T1
T2
T3
T4
RS-485
PC RECORDER
T1
T2
T3
T4
*1
*1. When the 72EM(2) unit is located at an end of transmission line via twisted-pair cable (=when there is no cross wiring),
close across the terminals T2 and T3 with the jumper attached to the product (or lead wire).
Figure 4.7.1a. Modbus connection.
PC RECORDER HARDWARE SETUP
Models R1M-GH2, R1M-P4 and RZMS-U9 require hardware setting. Please refer to the following sections or an
instruction manual for the PC Recorder.
72EM(2)-M4 HARDWARE SETUP
IP address and baud rate must be setup. For more information, please refer to Section 4.12 and the instruction
manual for the 72EM(2)-M4.
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4.7.2 USING THE PC RECORDERS FOR MODBUS COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the PC Recorder Series is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with the PC Recorder Series Module (models: R1M, R1MS, RZMS)
via RS-232C/RS-485 Converter (model: R2K-1). Connect the R2K-1 with a 9-pin D-sub connector, straight cable.
Server PC
Modbus
234 56
0
7 89
RS-232/RS-485 Converter
R2K-1
1
RS-485
R1M
RS-485
RS-232C
Interlink / Reverse
Cable
R1M
RZMS
R2M
Figure 4.7.2. PC Recorder system configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the R2K-1 the R7M. Extend RS-485 line when you need more than one PC Recorders connected.
The R2M can be connected to the RS-232C port of an RS-485 module via an interlink/reverse cable.
Jumper
R2K-1
R1M
R1M
T1(+)
T2(–)
T3
T4
T1
T2
T3
T4
T1
T2
T3
T4
Jumper
FG
Figure 4.7.2a. Modbus connection.
PC RECORDER HARDWARE SETUP
Models R1M-GH2, R1M-P4 and RZMS-U9 require hardware setting. Please refer to the following sections or an
instruction manual for the PC Recorder.
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4.7.3 SETTING UP R1M-GH2
Select switches to match the input signal according to Figure 4.7.3 and Table 4.7.3
SW702
SW411
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SW401 SW308 SW307 SW306
SW702 is fixed to
the position 3.
DO NOT CHANGE.
SW311 SW305 SW304 SW303 SW302 SW301
O
N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SW408 SW407 SW406
O
N
SW405 SW404 SW403 SW402
Figure 4.7.3: R1M-GH2 bottom view.
INPUT
SWITCHES
SETTING
NOTES
Thermocouple
SW301 – SW308 (ch 1 – ch 8)
SW401 – SW408 (ch 9 – ch 16)
Set to position “1.”
Attentuation OFF
SW311 (ch 1 – ch 8)
SW411 (ch 9 – ch 16)
OFF
SW301 – SW308 (ch 1 – ch 8)
SW401 – SW408 (ch 9 – ch 16)
Set to poisition “1.”
SW311 (ch 1 – ch 8)
SW411 (ch 9 – ch 16)
ON
SW301 – SW308 (ch 1 – ch 8)
SW401 – SW408 (ch 9 – ch 16)
Set to position “3.”
SW311 (ch 1 – ch 8)
SW411 (ch 9 – ch 16)
ON
Voltage input, 0.8 V or less
Voltage input, above 0.8 V*
Attentuation OFF
Attentuation ON
*Factory default setting
Table 4.7.3: DIP switch setting.
Display
D
T6 T7
4.7.4 R1M-P4 HARDWARE SETTING
Select switches to match the input signal according to Figure 4.7.4.
16 17 18
34 35 36
SW602
SW604
utput LED
Totalized or Momentary
Display Selector
Momentary
SW602 is fixed to
the position 3.
DO NOT CHANGE.
Totalized
(factory default)
Figure 4.7.4: R1M-P4 bottom view.
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4.7.5 MODEL RZxS-U9 HARDWARE SETTING
The Model RZxS-U9 needs hardware setting to specify the A/D conversion mode, service channel numbers, cold
junction compensation, line noise filter frequency, and burnout type for temperature inputs. The rotary switch is
located at the rear. Refer to Figure 4.7.6c. RZMS rear view and 4.7.6d. RZUS rear view.
Rotary Switch Positions
1 through F: At the startup, the combination of settings as shown in the table below is enabled.
0: PC configuration mode (PC Configuration Software RZMSCFG, under development). At the startup, last software setting before the power is turned off is enabled.
A/D
CONVERSION
MODE
SERVICE
CHANNEL
NUMBERS
Medium
LINE NOISE
FILTER
FREQUENCY
NONE
UP
DOWN
With
50/60 Hz
1
2
3
50 Hz
4
5
6
60 Hz
7
8
9
Without
50 Hz
A
B
C
60 Hz
D
E
F
Software setting
for individual
channels
Software setting
for all channels
(50, 60, 50/60 Hz)
12
Software setting
for all channels
(Fast, Medium, Slow)
BURNOUT (T/C and RTD)
COLD JUNCTION
COMPENSATION
(T/C)
Software setting
(12 or 6)
All Channels
Individual
Channels
0
Software
setting
Remark 1: Factory setting is ‘1.’
Table 4.7.5: Rotary switch setting.
4.7.6 NODE NUMBER SETTING
Node number setting (1 – F, up to 15 nodes) is required at the rear rotary switch when more than one module is
connected. Each module must have an unique node number. Before changing the node number, be sure to turn
off the power supply to the module.
■ REAR VIEW
RS-232-C
9-pin Connector
Power Terminals
RS-485
Connector
Address Setting
Rotary SW
RUN Indicator
LED
RS-232-C
9-pin Connector
Address Setting
Rotary SW
Configurator
Jack
RUN Indicator
LED
■ TOP
VIEW VIEW
■
REAR
Figure
4.7.6a: R1M rear view.
RUN Indicator LED
D
ED
Configurator
Jack
■
REAR
VIEW
■
SIDE 4.7.6b:
VIEW
Figure
R2M rear view.
COMM Indicator LED
RS-232-C
ERR Indicator
9-pin LED
Connector
Power / FG Terminals
Operating Mode
Setting Rotary SW
T1 T2 T3 T4
Power Terminals
AC Adaptor Jack
Ground Terminal
USB B Connector
Operating Mode
Setting Rotary SW
TRIG Indicator LED
ALM Indicator LED
RS-485 Connector
Configurator Jack
11C
1A 1B 1C 3A 3B 3C 5A 5B 5C 7A 7B 7C 9A 9B 9C 11A 11B 11C
ALM ALM
2B 12C
+
–
TRG TRG
+
–
2A 2B 4.7.6c:
2C 4A 4B RZMS
4C 6A 6B rear
6C 8A view.
8B 8C 10A
Figure
Address Setting
Rotary SW
RS-485 Connector
Configurator Jack
Address Setting
Rotary SW
ALM ALM
10B 10C 12A 12B 12C
+
–
TRG TRG
+
–
Figure 4.7.6d: RZUS rear view.
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4.8 MODEL 52U SETTING INSTRUCTIONS
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the Power Monitor model 52U is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with the 52U via Ethernet Communication Adaptor (model: 72EM(2)M4) in order to convert RS-485 into Ethernet.
Server PC
Ethernet Hub/Switch
Communication Adaptor
72EM(2)-M4
ETHERNET
RUN
SEND
FIELD
CNFG
RS-485
P
52U
Multi Power Monitor
52U + 52U-TM
(Modbus Extension Module)
Figure 4.8. Model 52U configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the 72EM(2)-M4 and the 52U. Only one 52U node can be used per the 72EM(2)M4. The 52U must have a Modbus Extension Module (model: 52U-TM).
72EM2-M4
T1
T2
T3
T4
RS-485
*1
52U-TM
31(+)
30(–)
32(GND)
RS-485
52U-TM
31(+)
30(–)
32(GND)
*1. When the 72EM(2) unit is located at an end of transmission line via twisted-pair cable (=when there is no cross wiring),
close across the terminals T2 and T3 with the jumper attached to the product (or lead wire).
Figure 4.8a. Modbus connection.
MODEL 52U HARDWARE SETUP
Model 52U require hardware setting as shown below.
Baud rate
Parity
19.2 kbps
Odd
Device address 1
72EM(2)-M4 HARDWARE SETUP
IP address and baud rate must be setup. For more information, please refer to Section 4.12 and the instruction
manual for the 72EM(2)-M4.
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4.9 MODEL (L)53U, 54U SETTING INSTRUCTIONS
4.9.1 USING THE 53U FOR ETHERNET NETWORK
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the Power Monitor 53U is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with the (L)53U, 54U via Ethernet Communication Adaptor (model:
72EM(2)-M4) in order to convert RS-485 into Ethernet.
Server PC
Ethernet Hub/Switch
Communication Adaptor
72EM(2)-M4
ETHERNET
RUN
SEND
FIELD
CNFG
RS-485
AX
IN
Multi Power Monitor
(model: (L)53U or 54U)
Figure 4.9.1. 53U system configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the 72EM(2)-M4 and the 53U. Extend RS-485 line when you need more than one
53U connected.
RS-485
72EM2-M4
T1
T2
T3
T4
*3
*2
53U
T1
T2
T3
T4
RS-485
53U
T1
T2
T3
T4
*1
*1. Internal terminating resistor is used when the device is at the end of a transmission line.
*2. Install shield cables to all sections and ground them at single point.
*3. When the 72EM(2) unit is located at an end of transmission line via twisted-pair cable (=when there is no cross wiring),
close across the terminals T2 and T3 with the jumper attached to the product (or lead wire).
Figure 4.9.1a. Modbus connection.
53U, 54U HARDWARE SETUP
Please refer to the specifications provided in the next page or an instruction manual for the 53U, 54U.
72EM(2)-M4 HARDWARE SETUP
IP address and baud rate must be setup. For more information, please refer to Section 4.12 and the instruction
manual for the 72EM(2)-M4.
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4.9.2 USING THE 53U FOR MODBUS COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the (L)53U, 54U is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with the (L)53U, 54U via RS-232C/RS-485 Converter (model: R2K1). Connect the R2K-1 with a 9-pin D-sub connector, straight cable.
Server PC
Modbus
RS-232/RS-485 Converter
R2K-1
234 56
0
7 89
1
RS-485
Multi Power Monitor
(model: (L)53U, 54U)
AX
IN
Figure 4.9.2. 53U system configuration example.
Use twisted-pair cables between the R2K-1 the 53U. Extend RS-485 line when you need more than one 53U connected.
RS-232C
CONNECTOR
R2K-1
RS-485
T1
T2
T3
T4
53U
RS-485
T1
T2
T3
T4
*1
53U
T1
T2
T3
T4
*1
FG *
*1. Internal terminating resistor is used when the device is at the end of a transmission line.
*2. Install shield cables to all sections and ground them at single point.
2
Figure 4.9.2a. Modbus connection.
53U, 54U HARDWARE SETUP
Please refer to the specifications provided in the next page or an instruction manual for the 53U, 54U.
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53U, 54U HARTWARE SETUP
NODE NUMBER SETTING
Each 53U, 54U module connected to the MSRpro must have an unique node number (1 – 1F, up to 31 nodes).
MODBUS SETTING
Confirm the baud rate, parity and stop bit setting on the 53U, 54U module. All these settings must be equal to
the factory default setting in order to communicate with the MSRpro.
Refer to the figure below or the operating manual of the 53U, 54U to set the node number and other Modbus
properties.
Once a new node number is set, the power supply to the device must be turned off and on to implement it.
Enter Passcode
0000 thr. 9999 (0000)
E PRG
Device information
(DEV INFO)
Press 2 sec.
Reset count
(RESET)
■ KEY FUNCTIONS
: Move between menu items
ENTER
: Select
ESCAPE
: Go up one level in the chart
Switch tariff
(TARIFF)
Reboot device
(REBOOT)
Change Passcode
(PASSCODE)
Change Setting
(SETTINGS)
Input Setting
(INPUT)
Bargraph indication
setting (BAR)
Modbus setting
(MODBUS)
Node Setting
Modbus address
(ADDRESS)
1 thr. 247 (1)
Baud rate
(BAUDRATE)
1200 bps
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps
19200 bps
38400 bps (*)
Parity type
(PARITY)
NONE
ODD (*)
EVEN
Stop bit length
(STOP BIT)
1 (*)
2
Modbus Setting
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4.10 73VR SERIES SETTING INSTRUCTIONS
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System configuration example using the 73VR Series Paperless Recorders is as shown below.
Your PC is supposed to establish the connection with 73VR Series using a LAN cable. If you prefer a direct connection, use a cross (reverse) cable.
Server PC
Ethernet Hub/Switch
Ethernet
73VR3100
73VR21x, Ver.2
Figure 4.10. 73VR system configuration example.
4.11 TOWER LIGHT SERIES (ITxx ETHERNET TOWER LIGHT)
4.11.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Figure 4.11.1 shows how the IT60RE module and other modules are connected to the PC via an Ethernet
HUB/Switch. For directly connecting the IT60RE to the PC, use a reverse (interlink) cable.
Server PC
Ethernet
Hub / Switch
Ethernet
(model: IT60RE)
I/O Modules
Network Module
(model: R3-NE1)
Figure 4.11.1. System configuration example.
4.11.2 MODEL ITxx HARDWARE SETTING
PC Configurator Software (model: ITCFG) is required to go through the following settings. The ITCFG is downloadable
at M-System’s web site (http://www.m-system.co.jp).
Install the downloaded software program to your PC, and connect the IT60 to it via the PC configurator cable (model:
MCN-CON or COP-US).
For more details on the ITCFG, please refer to the ITCFG users manual.
• IP address
For IP address and sub net-mask, refer to the ITCFG users manual.
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4.12 MODEL 72EM(2)-M4 SETTING INSTRUCTIONS
To setup the 72EM(2)-M4, use the internet browser based PC Configurator software for the 72EM(2)-M4. For more
information, refer to the instruction manual for the 72EM(2)-M4.
1) IP address
To setup IP address and subnet mask for the 72EM(2)-M4, use the internet browser based configurator software
for the 72EM(2)-M4.
2) Baud rate
Set 38.4 kbps or 19.2 kbps appropriately for each I/O device.
38.4 kbps for models R1M, R1MS, R2M, RZxS, R3 Series, R5 Series, R7M, (L)53U, 54U
19.2 kbps for model 52U
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5. BEFORE STARTING RECORDING
When you have updated the MSRpro V.1.00x (referred hereafter as V1) into V6.xx.x (referred hereafter as V6), configuration and data files must be converted into compatible format.
5.1 CONVERTING CONFIGURATION FILES
Configuration files are automatically converted at startup of the Builder software.
CAUTION !
Configuration files converted once into V6 format cannot be read in V1. If you do not want to convert the old configuration file, be sure to store it as an independent file using Save Configuration
File function.
5.2 CONVERTING STORED DATA
Choose Start > MSRpro-V6 > MSRpro-Ver.Conv.exe to start up the data conversion program.
If you have data files stored in V1 format and updated the MSRpro software into V6 on the same day, be sure to
convert the old data into V6 format before starting recording on the V6 software. Otherwise the old data cannot be
retrieved on the Analyzer.
CAUTION !
Data files converted once into V6 format cannot be handled in V1. If you do not want to convert a
old data file, be sure to store it in a new name or move it into another data folder.
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APPENDICES
Appendix I : How to Check an IP address
For Windows 7
1. Go to Start on the task bar, and click on Search programs and files.
2. Type [cmd], and press Enter key.
3. Type [ipconfig], and press Enter key.
4. Then, the IP address assigned to your PC will appear on the screen. Otherwise, please check the wiring.
5. To close the prompt, type [exit], and press Enter key.
For Windows XP, Windows 2000
1. Go to Start on the task bar, and click on Run....
2. On the Run dialog box, in the Open field, type [cmd], and press OK.
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3. At the cmd.exe prompt, type [ipconfig], and press the Enter key.
4. Then, the IP address assigned to your PC will appear on the screen. Otherwise, please check the wiring.
5. To close the prompt, type [exit], and press the Enter key.
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Appendix II : Basics of Sampling
Regarding a sampling cycle, supplemental information is given below.
In this program, sampling is implemented by scanning data for each node, and the sampling cycle is equal to the
storing interval you have setup.
The MSRpro is designed to take samples in 100 msec. in High speed mode, in 1 sec. in Normal mode*.
For example, if you set the conversion rate of the R3-NE1 to 40 msec. with the MSRpro sampling rate set to 100
msec., data samples in grey shadow are taken by the MSRpro.
100 ms
MSRpro
sampling rate
I/O device
sampling rate
40 ms 40 ms
If the I/O device’s conversion rate is slower than the MSRpro’s sampling rate, certain data samples may not be updated. For example, if you set the conversion rate of the R3-NE1 to 160 msec. with the MSRpro sampling rate set to
100 msec., relevant data, as shown below, may not be updated at a certain time. This should be taken into account
when setting up these cycles.
100 ms
100 ms
MSRpro
sampling rate
160 ms
I/O device
sampling rate
No new sampling
Last sampled data is stored.
The MSRpro scans data station by station and node by node. The sampling rate therefore gets slower in proportion
to the number of stations and nodes. Be aware especially of this when using a large number of R1M series modules.
*Sampling rate ensured only with a network dedicated to MSRpro. It also depends upon the transmission rate of
the LAN board.
Appendix III : How to Use the PING Command
You can use the PING command to check whether a connection is properly established with an input module.
Type the PING command at the MS-DOS prompt window, and in response to the command...
C:\WINDOWS > ping ***.***.***.***
(For ***.***.***.***, enter the IP address in base 10.)
ping ***.***.***.*** with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from ***.***.***.***:bytes = 32 time < 10ms TTL = 64
Reply from ***.***.***.***:bytes = 32 time < 10ms TTL = 64
Reply from ***.***.***.***:bytes = 32 time < 10ms TTL = 64
Reply from ***.***.***.***:bytes = 32 time < 10ms TTL = 64
Ping statistics for ***.***.***.***
Packets:Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0(0% loss)
...in response to the PING command, if a proper connection is established, the above response is returned. If a connection error takes place due to a wrong IP address you’ve typed, a ‘time expired’ notification will be shown.
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